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The changing Cockburn coast : appendices - Indigenous heritage
The changing Cockburn coast : appendices - Indigenous heritage
Department for Planning and Infrastructure2008
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The Cockburn coast project is a unique opportunity to revitalise a forgotten industrial coastal strip. Focussed on the South Fremantle Power Station, the former Robb Jetty abattoir site and surrounding industrial land, the Cockburn coast area incorporates 330 hectares of land located at North Coogee, 129 hectares of which is attributed to the Manning Reserve portion of Beeliar Regional Park and the coastal foreshore.Subject to development pressure over a number of years, owing to the prime coastal position and proximity to Fremantle, the Department of Planning has prepared the Cockburn coast district structure plan, to guide the future transition of the vacant and underutilised industrial land to a vibrant, mixed use urban location. This plan has been prepared in conjunction with the City of Cockburn, City of Fremantle, LandCorp and a stakeholder reference group.
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